NEW MyNorthwestTwo construction workers fall from West Seattle Bridge
Two construction workers fell from the lower deck of the West Seattle Bridge Friday morning.
NEW Dave Ross, KIRO RadioCan you lose your right to bear arms for reckless driving?
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross wonders just how easy it will be to lose your right to bear arms after a SCOTUS ruling this week.
MyNorthwestDriver in critical condition, 3 others seriously injured in Auburn crash
An early-morning crash is going to make the Friday commute tough for many drivers.
Ron and Don, KIRO RadioSgt. Woo returned home, fundraiser successful in less than 1 day
It took less than one day after Ron and Don put a call out to raise money and bring home an injured King County Sheriff's sergeant. Now he's coming home. This is how and when.
KIRO 7Officials hint that next Boeing plane could bring jobs to state
Boeing officials are hinting that the company's next plane could bring more jobs to Washington.
MyNorthwestFourth of July Tacoma trolley tragedy was one of the worst in history
July 4 , 1900 became a tragic day after a trolley lost control in Tacoma.
Jason Rantz, KIRO RadioSDOT Director Scott Kubly violated ethics rules, settles with Seattle
SDOT Director Scott Kubly and the city have reached a settlement that will cost the director $5,000, as he admits he violated Seattle Ethics Code.
MyNorthwestWhy SPD doesn't share state's problem with hiring officers
Many law enforcement agencies in Washington report difficulty recruiting new officers, but Seattle police are not having that problem. It helps that SPD officers are paid very well.
Danny O'Neil, 710 ESPN SeattleO'Neil: Seahawks’ $46M extension with Doug Baldwin follows a pattern
If the size of Baldwin’s $46 million extension came as a surprise, you haven’t paid attention to how the Seahawks have been doing business.
Associated PressUniversity of Washington virus researcher faces discipline
The University of Washington says a microbiology professor faces possible discipline for violating sexual harassment policies.
Tom and Curley, KIRO RadioListener letter | Puyallup govt. is addicted to money from traffic cameras
A KIRO Radio listener told the Tom & Curley Show that the Puyallup government is 'addicted' to money from traffic cameras.
Dori Monson, KIRO RadioDori: Seattle's plan to destroy handguns has no substance
Seattle has a new policy to destroy all its old police handguns. But the police union has raised an issue with that plan.
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